SwimSwam Podcast

NCAA All-American Paul DeLakis on 40×100 SCM Best Average with Caeleb Dressel

DeLakis breaks down training through the pandemic, including a stint where he traveled to Gainesville to train with Gregg Troy and his pro group

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Playboy Model and Baywatch Star Talk Life Lessons and Best-selling Book

Leader and champion Kelly Parker Palace delivers 11 entertaining, informative chapters chocked full of inspiring stories and actionable, practical strategies

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Andrew Seliskar on Signing with Swimwear Brand Speedo

Seliskar also analyzes his events at the 2021 Olympic Trials and what it will take for the USA to compete for a title in the 4×200 free relay come Tokyo.

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Terry Fritch, Kiley Wilhelm on Making Olympic Trials While Training Solo

Wilhelm and Fritch both give their perspective on transitioning from SwimMAC to Life Time and what training 1-on-1 during the fall of 2020 was like

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James Guy, Tom Dean Weigh Britain’s 4×100 & 4×200 Free Relays Against the World

Guy and Dean both gives their takes on Britain’s rising relay power heading into the 2021 European Championships and Olympic Games

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McKenzie Coan and Colleen Young Break Down 2021 Paralympic Qualification

The two took us through competing at their first meet since the pandemic and what competition and Paralympic qualification will look like moving forward.

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Anthony Nesty on Plans for Heading Both Men’s and Women’s UF Swim/Dive Programs

Nesty brings a wealth of knowledge, having been on staff for a number of years at UF and heading the men’s program for the last three

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Duncan Scott Goes In-depth on Britain’s Olympic Relay Medal Chances

Scott weighs each of Britain’s Olympic relays against the rest of the worlds and predicts their chances in medaling in Tokyo

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Terry Ganley on Growing as an Educator over a 44-Year Coaching Career

During her tenure at Minnesota, more than 100 women’s student-athletes have earned All-America recognition, totaling 450.

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Lydia Jacoby on Being an Olympic Contender as a High Schooler

We discussed Jacoby’s ascension to becoming an Olympic contender, something she’s certainly thought of but isn’t putting pressure on herself about

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Why is Dave Salo an Assistant Coach at Orange Coast College?

Salo explains that after being a head coach, he’s excited to coach without all of the extra worries that come with heading a Power-5 Division I program

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Day In The Life of NBC Sports Voice of Swimming Rowdy Gaines At The Olympics

NBC’s Voice of Swimming, Rowdy Gaines, has the dream job. Who wouldn’t want a front-row-center seat at the Olympics? But what’s it really like?

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Claire Curzan Breaks Down Going 56.20 100m Fly

Curzan admits that her goal in the race was to come home in under 30 and didn’t even know her final time until her teammate told her in the warm down pool.

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CSCAA Virtual Convention Open To College, Club, YMCA and Int’l Coaches May 3-6

CSCAA’s Virtual Convention is open to college, club, YMCA and international coaches. Sign up today! The virtual convention is May 3-6.

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Brent Hayden Gives Perspective on International Swimmers’ Alliance

Hayden emphasizes that he’s looking to make changes not necessarily to this generation, but the generations in swimming to come.

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